Work/workflow examples?

hollunder at hollunder at
Tue Feb 3 12:47:14 GMT 2009

On Mon, 2 Feb 2009 15:36:25 -0500
Larry David <larrydavid07 at> wrote:

> First let me say thank you to everyone who has replied so helpfully  
> to my questioning posts so far.  In looking back at them I notice  
> that I tend to put lots of questions or comments in a single post,  
> and that (not surprisingly) some of them go by without any
> response. So I will try to be more specific and brief.  :^)
> I would be interested to hear what kind of music work people are  
> doing with UBS, and what software people they use for which tasks.   
> Audio examples/clips would be great.  Or just basic descriptions.
> For example right now I use Digital Performer to do multitrack  
> recording in a variety of styles - rock, classical, folk, electronic  
> - using digital and analog synths, electric bass/gtr, and a variety  
> of acoustic instruments.  My system can't handle softsynths and  
> multitracking simultaneously, but I would like to get into them.  I  
> use a modest amount of FX plugins, but would like to use them more
> too.
> I'd love to hear similar descriptions of people's work/workflow in  
> UBS - the more details the better, but even a brief summary would be  
> helpful.
> Thanks,
> ld

Hi Larry,

I agree that workflow examples would be great and very helpful.
Audio in Linux is different in some ways, starting with jack and ending
probably somewhere out there..
Workflow examples could lead a lot of people by example and at the same
time serve as basic tutorials for the applications involved.
Those workflows could be demonstrated in various ways, via text,
pictures, audio or video.
Something like that could serve not only the ubuntu studio community
really well but the Linux Audio community as a whole.
All we need is someone to take this on, start it, and lead by example ;)


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